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Horseshoes Aren’t for Every Horse

Horseshoes on a Horse
Why do horses actually need horseshoes? We people have so many options when it comes to shoeing our feet.  We can wear special shoes for when we’re walking, running, and hiking.  Bowling, football, golf, tennis, baseball, basketball – you name the sport, and there’s a shoe for that.  There are little shoes for newborns and […] Read more »

5 Ways to Transform the Horse and Rider Bond

Horse rider bond
Updated on August 16, 2022. Horses are graceful, elegant, and fascinating creatures. As with any owner-animal relationship, encouraging a strong bond promotes better wellness for both rider and horse. However, there are ways to transform the relationship to even further increase your horse and rider bond. 1. The Power of Touch All grooming is a […] Read more »

Commonly Recommended Vitamins for Dogs

Vitamins for Dogs
Throughout a dog’s life cycle, it will encounter stages and situations that call for an increase in certain vitamins for dogs. Much like the vast choice of supplements available to people, pets have an equally wide range of supplements that can be added to their normal diets. Dog owners should know, however, that it is […] Read more »

Isn’t a Pony a Horse?

Pony vs. Horse
Have you been mistakenly calling baby horses ponies?  Baby equines of any type are foals, whereas a pony, well, that’s an equine that does not even qualify as being a horse!  At first glance, ponies may look like miniature horses, but upon inspection one can see several differences between their appearances.  First and foremost is […] Read more »

How to Calm a Dog

How to Calm Down a Dog
We’re at that time of year when storms produce earth-shaking thunder and people detonate home-rattling fireworks – both of which are common anxiety triggers in dogs.  Many situations can make a dog fearful:  loud noises, unfamiliar environments, new people, and strange animals.  Dogs are perceptive to the nuances in their environments; make a change and […] Read more »

Fastest Horse Breeds

Fastest Horse Breeds
Longshot Rich Strike won the 2022 Kentucky Derby having crossed the finish line of the 1.25-mile track with a time of 2:02.61.  Only two horses have ever finished under the two-minute mark:  2001’s Monarchos and the 1973 record-setter Secretariat.  Secretariat (record holder for all three Triple Crown races), Monarchos, and Rich Strike are all of […] Read more »

7 Dog Breeds for Emotional Support

7 Dog Breeds for Emotional Support
In a world where individuals face physical and mental challenges, man’s best friend is there to help.  Service dogs assist those covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); therapy dogs visit schools, hospitals, and other social settings where emotional boosts are needed; and emotional support dogs are prescribed pets for those with conditions and […] Read more »

Is a Snoring Dog Suffering?

Dog snoring and sleeping
We humans know snoring during sleep is common among us, but we also know that it can be a symptom alerting us to an underlying condition. The same goes for dogs. Although it can be quite normal for a dog to snore while sleeping, it can also indicate it’s suffering from a problem. Just like […] Read more »

Do Horses Lie Down to Sleep?

Horses Sleep Standing Up
Have you ever driven by a pasture only to see all the horses’ heads drooping down toward the ground?  You probably assumed horses get all their sleep standing up.  Unless you’ve worked or lived closely with horses, you may not be used to seeing them lying down, but it’s no cause for concern when you […] Read more »

Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

Dog Teech
Keep your dog healthy and yourself happy by regularly brushing your pooch’s teeth.  While you may not mind the smell of puppy breath so much, you’re sure to find an older dog’s breath repulsive if it’s suffering from tooth decay and other dental issues.  Veterinarians offer teeth cleaning services at their offices, but the process […] Read more »